Since launching our Third Metric campaign -- to redefine success beyond the first two metrics of money and power to include well-being, wisdom, and our ability to wonder and to give back -- I've been seeing things through a Third Metric lens.
I have never seen a body acceptance blog encourage people to eat too much, or to not go to the doctor. ... Labels: body acceptance, body positive, diabetes, HAES, Halle Berry, health, health at every size, self acceptance ...
The recent push toward body acceptance is a move in the right direction, says Laurel Hermanson, but demanding that she love her body does nothing but make her feel guilty that she doesn’t love her body.
Relax in a bath filled with sea salts! This DIY organic bath salt recipe calls for sea salt, epsom salt, organic coconut oil, vanilla and patchouli essential oils. You'll love the detoxing properties of these bath salts and enjoy the fragrance even more.
"I recognized that this battle — intention vs. consequences — was the root cause of so much interpersonal discord.
As it turns out, it's not the thought that counts or even the action that counts. That's because the other person doesn't experience your thought or your action. They experience the consequences of your action."
Peace comes from within. Do not seek it without. ~Gautama Buddha You know exactly how it feels, but do you know how to fix it? Being overwhelmed is part habit, part addiction and the rest simply not knowing how to do things differently.
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) teaches people how to enter into conversations in a deliberate and thoughtful manner, rather than expressing oneself impulsively due to unbridled feelings and stress. The developer of DBT, Marsha Linehan, names three important components of interpersonal effectiveness:
To simplify matters, it can help to determine our priorities before we enter into an interaction with another person.
I've considered myself a feminist and male ally to women for quite some time. When I took my first Women's Studies class two years ago with Professor Denise Witzig, little did I know that it would ...
Jacqueline Freeman's insight:
Great piece on recognizing privilege and being more empathetic to others' experiences. Given from a male-female perspective, much can be applied in other realms. More understanding makes the world a better place for all of us.
....a blog about aging gracefully, one beautiful wrinkle at a time. ... Jane has this to say about aging gracefully: My first thoughts on aging are about acceptance: the grey hairs, the lumpy body, and the aches and pains.
My experiences led me to the conclusion that worker's rights are at the base of many societal ills. Livable wages and enough time off to spend with loved ones, developing self, and giving back to the community would transform our society. I'm proud to have been the narrative consultant on this important work that examines what's actually at the root of immigration debate. The makers are so passionate about getting folks to quit listening to the media and speak to each other instead, they've made the film available online for a limited time for less than what you'd pay at Redbox. Please watch with your loved ones and spread the word!
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